Apple unveils new Macs, iPad Pro
Nearly 10 years after the launch of the first MacBook Air by the late Steve Jobs, his successor Tim Cook presented on Tuesday the latest version of this PC.
Russia terror probe after teen suicide attack on FSB
Authorities have cordoned off streets around the regional headquarters of the FSB security service, with police and experts combing the area for clues.
Japan doctors warn heat could make 2020 Olympic marathon 'deadly'
The International Olympic Committee and Tokyo 2020 organisers have acknowledged the concerns and already moved the marathon start time up 30 minutes to 7:00 am.
US transferring IS suspects from Syria to Iraq: HRW
The New York-based watchdog said the United States had transferred suspected members of the Islamic State group for trials in Baghdad.
South Sudan rebel leader Machar back in Juba after two years
Riek Machar, who under the terms of the peace deal is to be reinstated as vice president, had not set foot in the city since he fled in July 2016.
25 killed in Afghan army helicopter crash: officials
The aircraft crashed due to 'bad weather' in Anar Dara district, which borders Iran, Farah provincial governor spokesman Nasir Mehri said.
One dead, three wounded in blast in Russian security service building
The building houses the FSB security service in Arkhangelsk in northern Russia.
Pregnant migrants want their children 'to be American'
Dozens of pregnant women are among the migrants, now in Mexico, fleeing poverty and violence in their homeland in search of the American dream.
Pregnant Meghan the star as Pacific royal tour ends
The American-born former actress and her husband attended 76 engagements over 16 days in the former British colonies, with Meghan sometimes changing designer outfits four times in a single day.
Trump says he plans to scrap birthright citizenship
The surprise announcement followed the dispatch of more than 5,000 regular troops to the Mexican border, itself a highly unusual move prompted by Trump's warnings of a migrant 'invasion'.
Merkel pledges billion-euro fund for investments in Africa
The creation of the fund, announced during an investment forum in Berlin, is aimed at getting small and medium-sized companies to grow their presence in Africa.
Moroccan girl, 9, wins $136,000 Arab reading prize
Maryam Amjoun beat 16 other finalists all aged under 18 from across the Arab world to land the top prize in the third annual Arab Reading Challenge.
Netflix orders Prince documentary series
Prince died at age 57 in April 2016 from an accidental overdose of powerful painkillers.
DR Congo 'not ready' for December polls: opposition
The Democratic Republic of Congo is "not ready" to hold long-delayed elections in December, the main opposition party said Tuesday.
England drop Brown for South Africa Test
Brown had never been left out of Jones' first-choice matchday 23 when fit since the Australian took charge of England in 2015.
Rebel leader to attend peace ceremony in South Sudan
It will be the first time Riek Machar has set foot in the city since he fled two years ago under a hail of gunfire when an earlier peace deal collapsed.
China defends decision to ease rhino, tiger parts ban
The State Council, China's cabinet, unexpectedly announced on Monday that it would allow the sale of rhino and tiger products under 'special circumstances'.
Merkel urges companies to switch focus from Asia to Africa
Chancellor Angela Merkel has placed a strong emphasis on African diplomacy, backing efforts to boost prosperity on the continent in order to dissuade its people from setting off for Europe.